The world is witnessing digital technologies adoption in businesses, particularly manufacturing industries.
Despite the improvement in Pakistan’s ranking on the UN SDG index, there is a lack of public pressure necessary to keep the...
‘Dynamic market players have a knack for finding openings to invest in any situation’
Aware of the trust deficit, the Sindh government encourages NGOs’ rehabilitation efforts while it targets Rabi season’s crop.
Higher-ups in the government seem too absorbed in damage control to gather stakeholders for evolving a viable strategy owned by
The impression of the CPEC slowdown under former prime minister Imran Khan’s government is hard to contest.
There is some subtle resistance to local bodies in the political parties and their leadership, more so in Sindh.
There is hope for the future if reforms are carried out with continuity and rigorous planning.
The benefits of Pakistan’s economic growth have accrued mainly to powerful elites patronised by the state, preventing any broad
The reversal of the fixed tax scheme on traders is seen as logical by some and political by others
Despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary, the provincial government insists that the city’s dilapidation only exists based on
Without a national consensus on major economic decisions, Pakistan will continue spiralling down.
Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari’s heritage may help him build an anti-war camp of emerging nations or he may turn out to
According to guesstimates, the size of the Eidul Azha economy this year is around Rs150 billion, down from about Rs170bn last year
How realistic is it to expect FDI when locals don’t invest?
UNDP estimates that the economic privileges of the elite amount to Rs3.6tr or roughly 6pc of Pakistan’s economy.
The provincial government continues to walk on the beaten path that has landed it firmly far behind Punjab.
In exclusive interview with Dawn, the finance minister says easily achieved growth rates make rich Pakistanis richer.
The struggling small and medium enterprises and middle-class families stand to lose the most in such a deal.
A Chinese package is said to be in the works.